Numerical Algorithms Group start blogging

January 15th, 2010 | Categories: math software, NAG Library | Tags:

The Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) is 40 years old this year and they have begun their celebrations by starting a company blog.  In their first blog post, one of the numerical library developers has asked the world a question:

“How useful would routines that provide particular solutions to the Painleve equations be to our customer base and to the research community in particular?”

I’ll confess that, until 10 minutes ago, I had never heard of the Painlevé equations but there are articles on Wikipedia and Mathworld to get you started if you are in the same boat as me.

If, on the other hand, you know all about them and can venture an opinion then head over to NAG’s new blog and say hi.

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